Today is April 23, 2014 -
A South Shore Jewish Community
2860 Brower Avenue
Oceanside, NY 11572
Phone: (516) 536-6112
Fax: (516) 536-0347
Welcome to Oceanside Jewish Center
Beth Shalom/Oceanside Jewish Center is a hub of Jewish activity in Oceanside (Nassau County), New York. Our members come to worship, to sing, to learn, and to celebrate, all in a warm, caring environment with a family touch.
The Rabbinical Assembly Pesah Guide
Each year the Rabbinical Assembly, the association of Conservative Rabbis publishes a guide to the laws of Passover. It contains a guide for koshering your home as well as a list of foods that need kashrut supervision as well as those that don’t. If you have further questions, call your local Conservative Rabbi. Access the document here.
Search for Hametz
On Sunday Evening, April 13, it is customary to search one’s home after dark for the last bits of hametz. This document contains the special prayers and declarations for this ceremony. Access the document here.
Upcoming Kadima and USY Events
We are justifiably proud of all that OJC offers in a formal sense, we know that no level of programming or religious services can ever beat that intangible sense of “connection” that all of OJC’s long-time members feel for each other and for the place many of us call our “second home.” It is our hope that you will come to know OJC for what it really is – not a place where you and your children have to go, but a place where you want to be. Experience our past events.
Beth Shalom/Oceanside Jewish Center affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, is an egalitarian congregation and a nurturing community which provides opportunities for Jews of all ages and backgrounds to live in the presence of G-d through religious observance, Jewish learning (read about our new Beit Midrash) and acts of social responsibility.
Learn about getting involved in our community and clubs (including PTA, Sisterhood, Youth Group (JOY), and Mens Club) about our Religious School, our calendar of events, our Beit Midrash, and our opportunities for Aliyahs or honors.